Railroad Alaska

  • 2013
  • TV Show
  • TV-14

A reality series follows railroad workers in Alaska and the obstacles they have to overcome to keep the trains running.

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Real Time Ride Season 101, Episode 1 Nov 26, 2015 $2.99

The three & a half hour, real-time train ride through Alaska's frozen wilderness on board the Alaska Railroad provides the sights and sounds, mile by mile, of an epic journey through America's frozen frontier.

Meltdown Season 3, Episode 8 Jan 2, 2016 $2.99

In Alaska the spring thaw puts the railroad into meltdown mode and a freight train is stalled on the line's highest bridge – the infamous Hurricane Gulch.

Trapped in Ice Season 3, Episode 7 Dec 26, 2015 $1.99

A freight crew racing towards Anchorage faces an icy challenge as they dodge intruders on the track. In the wilderness, homesteaders team up to track down an abandoned cabin washed down stream and trapped in ice.

Ice Rescue Season 3, Episode 6 Dec 19, 2015 $1.99

Tempers flare as an extra heavy train runs into brake problems and a derailment leaves maintenance teams stranded. Off grid, homesteaders narrowly avert a fire but are left without heat.

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Railroad Alaska Real Time Ride Season 101
The three & a half hour, real-time train ride through Alaska's frozen wilderness on board the Alaska Railroad provides the sights and sounds, mile by (more…)
Railroad Alaska Real Time Ride Season 101
The three & a half hour, real-time train ride through Alaska's frozen wilderness on board the Alaska Railroad provides the sights and sounds, mile by (more…)
Railroad Alaska Season 3
Back with its third season, Railroad Alaska highlights an elite crew who work tirelessly to deliver life-sustaining supplies to Americans living off t (more…)

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  • Premiered: November 16, 2013
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Premise: A reality series follows railroad workers in Alaska and the obstacles they have to overcome to keep the trains running. (more)

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